Tag Archives: J. Dan Price

Rediscovered: Quinn (Not the Eskimo)

Yeah, I know what some of you must be thinking: What kind of lame Autograph Hound Super-Sunday is this, anyway, that doesn’t even lay down a single John Hancock? So, to deliver the goods, how about the inscription Seabury Quinn scratched … Continue reading

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Two-Gun Bob: Rob Roehm on Previous Discovery of “Racial Standpoint”

Just got in a note from Rob Roehm, a Big Name Fan in Robert E. Howard circles in recent years, tireless tracker of any mention of the Howard family in courthouses and county records across Texas. My favorite of his … Continue reading

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Mort: J. Dan Price

Just heard that J. Dan Price, the only begotten son of pulp fictioneer E. Hoffmann Price, passed away on June 1 — various circumstances delayed the spread of the news. Great guy, he ranked as a raconteur right up there with … Continue reading

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Two-Gun Bob: Hard-Boiled and Deviled Again

“Where on Earth is Don Herron?” asked Al Harron (no relation, or none that I know of — I have been remiss in my geneaological studies the last few years) on his blog just last month. Al trailed after Damon Sasser’s original “Where in the … Continue reading

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Rediscovered: Notes on Wetjen by Ed Price

Sometimes the prolific pulp writer E. Hoffmann Price would make a single notation in a book from his library, other times no marks at all. One time I visited him in his home in the hills above Redwood City just as he was … Continue reading

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